Devil's Lake or Devils Lake may refer to:
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... For parks named Devil's Lake, see Devil's Lake State Park (disambiguation) ...
... Mission Township is located on the south short of Devils Lake on the Spirit Lake Reservation ... and 12 miles (19 km) south of the city of Devils Lake ... Devils Lake's Mission Bay shares the township's name ...
... Devils Lake State Parks is the name sometimes applied to the units of the North Dakota state parks system located on Devils Lake, south of the city of Devils ... At one time there were four units on Devils Lake but rising water caused Narrows State Recreation Area to be closed in 1995 and Shelvers Grove's closure in 2004 ... Dakota state park Country United States State North Dakota County Ramsey Nearest city Devils Lake Elevation 1,496 ft (456 m) Coordinates 48°02′51″N 99°03′35″W / 48.0475°N 99.05972°W ...
... Devils Lake, the largest natural body of water in North Dakota, has been getting larger every year since 1996s, much to the frustration of area residents ... water threatens to flood the city of Devils Lake, Camp Grafton, roads, fields, sewage treatment plants, and other human facilities ... Devils Lake has a long history of fluctuating water levels ...
... The Devils Lake Amtrak station is a train station in Devils Lake, North Dakota, served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system ... Devils Lake is served daily by Amtrak's Empire Builder, which stops in six other North Dakota cities ... by the Great Northern Railway and has been a contributing property to the Devils Lake Commercial District, which has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1989, along with the Bangs—Wineman Block ...
Famous quotes containing the words lake and/or devils:
“Will lovely, lively, virginal today
Shatter for us with a wings drunken blow
This hard, forgotten lake haunted in snow
By the sheer ice of flocks not flown away!”
—Stéphane Mallarmé (18421898)
“Right as the humour of melancholy
Causeth full many a man in sleep to cry
For fear of blacke bears, or bulles black,
Or elles blacke devils will them take.”
—Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?1400)